Decided to try out the new Raizin Spark Type S for $75.
Installation is a little tricky. Instruction says to simply replace the Ignition Fuse with the one supplied with the Raizin and another connect to ground. Simple enuf right? Not quite. I located one called ECU IG 15A and another IGN 5A. So which one? Turned out to be neither. But after a long time examining the wires to the ignition coil and the wires at the ECU, (mine has 2 coil packs and 4 wires leading to each coil pack), there is a 12v supply to each coil pack and also a 5v supply to each coil pack. The IGN 5A fuse connects to the 5v supply of the coil packs. Cant be this fuse right? The instructions says to connect to the 12v supply. Ideally, I should be using 2 Spark Type S to connect to each 12v supply for each coil pack. But Im not prepared to spend more $$$ on something Im not sure whether will work. So finally found a 30A AM2 fuse in the engine bay that controlled all IGN fuses, both the 12v and 5v, and also the ST fuses, like gauges, instruments, fuel injection, and SRS. The one that came with the Raizin Spark is a 15A one and not good to replace a 30A one with a 15A one, but it was the next best one to choose. Here are some pics:
Conclusion: Did i notice any preformace boost? Nope. In fact my first 0~100kph test showed it was SLOWER. My second test showed it was the same. Is it smoother at idle? Not really. In fact it appears to be less smooth at idle! I have half a mind to remove this useless device. I will try to do more tests first before I jump to conclusions. I will try hooking up to the IGN 5A fuse controlling the 5v supply to the coil packs. Also maybe try the ECU IG 15A fuse, even though it has no relation to the power supply to the coil packs. If Im feeling really adventurous I might buy another Raizin Spark S and connect to each of the 12v coil pack supply. But do I really want to waste more money on a BS product? :bullshitz